Hustle Simmons & Friends Present: Hustlepalooza: STOP THE VIOLENCE & INCREASE THE PEACE

Violence on the streets of Chicago is an unfortunate trend residents can’t seem to shake.  Just last weekend three people were killed in a bakery on the South Side.  Tragic.  What’s worse, the accused are getting younger and younger.

As a Chicago native and having a family member fall victim to gun violence, Hustle Simmons is doing something about it.

Today, November 9th has been dubbed “Stop The Violence & Increase The Peace Day.”  Hustle Simmons, Bobby Simmons (NBA), Raheem DeVaughn (Grammy nominated artist), Niena Drake (DJ/Emmy winner), big brother Dave Jeff (PHLI Worldwide), and more stopped at O.W. Holmes Elementary & Harper High School to speak to the students.

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Of course after sharing the message with the kids, in true Hustle Simmons fashion (pun?) there is a Stop The Violence & Increase The Peace concert!  See below for details.

I don’t care what is said, there is PLENTY of love in the heart of Chi-city.

Hustlepalooza was brought to you by Hustle Simmons, iSella Designs, Ruby Hornet, AG Public Relations, What’s In My Headphones,  and AshleyOutrageous.com

Follow: @HustleSimmons & @angbaby7 for details and more events!

Write up: Lady J

1 Comment

  1. […] First up, a man that many know and admire…Hustle Simmons, who is a great voice for independent artists, not to mention a tastemaker.  He also is an activist for the youth.  On Wednesday, he launched a “Stop the Violence” concert at The Shrine in the South Loop.  Details here. […]


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